Tag: wildlife photography

Boulders leopard presents her cub

As personalities go, there are a few leopards that love parading around and others love to lurk around in the shadows. The Boulders female leopard lies in the middle of this scale. I have had the pleasure of sitting an entire game drive with… Continue Reading “Boulders leopard presents her cub”

Adventures at the hyena den

If there is one animal that looks as if it is always up to mischief, it has to be young hyenas at a den. I am currently fortunate to witness a set of two hyena cubs moving freely around an active hyena den. Most… Continue Reading “Adventures at the hyena den”

Hlambela – the one who swims

Tucked away on an inaccessible koppie (hill), a set of two little leopard cubs were born. After many weeks caring for and protecting the cubs, the Boulders female leopard brought her youngsters down the koppie and finally allowed us to catch a glimpse. After… Continue Reading “Hlambela – the one who swims”

Curious Crowned Hornbills

As the winter approaches and the aloes start to flower, a walk through the botanical gardens is bound to deliver a feast for the eyes. It was a quiet weekday morning in the Lowveld National Botanical Gardens in Nelspruit. I knew that foot traffic… Continue Reading “Curious Crowned Hornbills”

The Talamati pride pays a visit

Dynamics are always changing when it comes to lion prides and their territories. There has been a new pride that braved exploring beyond their comfort zone. The first evening the pride crossed over the cutline they managed to catch an impala. There have been… Continue Reading “The Talamati pride pays a visit”

Tumbela male lions and their cubs

A cool, yet cloudy summer morning set the tone for an incredibly playful scene. Not far from camp the roads were littered with the tracks of lions on the move. Not wasting any time I set out in the direction of the tracks. The… Continue Reading “Tumbela male lions and their cubs”

Looking back at a family trip

A Kruger trip will always be a Kruger trip, regardless of what you end up seeing in the park. This must be the most intriguing part of the entire experience. One of the best ways to experience the Kruger is to explore the park… Continue Reading “Looking back at a family trip”

Birds of Kruger

With the vast and varied landscapes that Kruger National Park has to offer, it comes as no surprise that the bird life in the Kruger is equally spectacular. The majority of the Kruger is classified as a savanna biome. It is therefore dominated by… Continue Reading “Birds of Kruger”

End of year surprise

There is always something to look forward to when out on safari. The bush knows no time and the wild rhythms simply continue. After a week of on and off rains, the clouds finally broke and the sun shone through. To enjoy a sunny… Continue Reading “End of year surprise”

My Top 10 images of 2021

It is hard to believe that yet another year has come and gone. There have been so many great adventures out in the bush. In this post I would like to share my 10 most popular images as liked by my followers on my… Continue Reading “My Top 10 images of 2021”